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My 94 Jeep Cherokee Sport will not turn over. The battery is good. I had a new alternator put in 2 mos. ago.and the crankshaft sensor replaced as well. Could it be the starter? How do I fix that if it is?

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Sounds like the starter needs to be replaced.

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